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there, but it has whittled down to two key bills. they both do relatively the same thing. the reorganized the high-speed rail authority function within state government. the first is a.b. 145 found on page 3. we have a watch position on this one. it would create a department of high-speed trains and transfer the functions of the high-speed rail authority. it would retain authority for political guidance, said the structure would be similar in concept to caltrans and ctc. s.b. 517 by senator lowenthal, page 22 of the matrix, simply places the high-speed rail authority under the secretary of transportation and then in both cases, both bills, dissolves the authority board, requiring new appointments by the speaker pro tem and the governor, the governor appointees to be subject to senate confirmation, which they were not previously. in both cases, they require that the members have certain expertise -- lock, financing, high-speed -- a list of expertise. my only political observation is the legislature is intent on reforming the authority. they will do one or the other of thes
. >> you whittle? >> jon: i whittle. is that what the kids are calling it these days? >> that's what i used to call it. >> jon: let's say, jennifer, hold on a second and i got let's say a table saw and i just started moiking you a cabinet. >> i would really appreciate that. >> jon: is that true? >> yes. >> jon: you know i made my children's changing table. >> you did. >> jon: i figured at that age they're not going to remember the splinters. >> no. >> jon: but i did make it. it was quite good. >> i bet it was. >> jon: very kind of you to say that. it's a very funny movie. it's in the theaters on july 8. >> july 8. >> jon: it's going to be apparently huge. >> let's hope. very funny movie. >> jon: it is a very funny movie and you're very funny in it. >> thank you. >> jon: you're welcome. now i'd like to play your song. ladies and gentlemen, jennifer aniston. ( cheers and applause ) ( cheers and applause ) >> jon: that's our show. join us tomorrow night i believe at 11:00. luis c.k.will be in the studio with us. unfortunately you people will not. here it is your moment of zen. >> found a pla
-hitter in the majors this year. 3-1 angels win. have to fill all whittle lucky. they only played one game on this road trip. they are out of the game. good news. back in the lineup tonight. clearly the best off-season acquisition for the orioles this year. 5 r.b.i.'s. >> it is the end of an era >> as many of you may know, this is my last day at 11 days. nothing will stay the same, but i will miss sitting here with my three guys and doing the news every single night. i have other things ahead of me, i am sure. i want to thank you for
and to cambridge and the south and east. and they're whittling away as the storms continue to career the county and check this out. 93 degrees is the high temperature today and our current temperature, 78 degrees. how nice is that? and the temperatures 79 in gaithersburg; frederick, 88 degrees and did not get rain cooled like many other places and in leonardtown, 70 degrees and tomorrow's temperature, 85 degrees and oned from, 86 and the dew points, the humidity really dropping and we think we will keep the next three days very nice. even through the weekend and that is going to stay lovely. comfortable tonight, not as piggy and -- muggy. and 60s, many places didn't get cooler than 80 and that is some big changes in the overnight temperature. d this feels cooler and less humid at 85 degrees and as we go through the five-day forecast here, you can see that we're talking about only days in the 80s and by the time we get later into the weekend and closer to monday, it will start warming up a little bit and 89 feels like a bargain considering yesterday was nerve, laura. >> and i will say. great. >>
for the karnld feeding of these complex vehicles. that work force has been whittled down over the last couple of years. it's down to 6,000 now. et that force is going to be cut in half within the next couple of weeks and within a year there will only be a few hundred people left working on the museum displays as you talked about and wrapping up the program. it's the end of the line for the shuttle and the people who worked on it. >> we know the u.s. will have to depend on russia to put human beings in space. will russia be in charge of training will the u.s. continue to train. >> they'll continue to train the u.s. and russian astronauts. that will continue. but the training for launch to ride on russian so i use rockets, that will happen in russia. nasa is going to be paying about $60 million a seat for astron t astronauts to ride on the russian so i use until new commercial aircraft can be developmented. >> this has to be a bittersweet moment for you, bill, watching every launch and landing. what memories will stay with you. >> well, 27 years actually. it's been a long time, as you same. i
whittle see any problems on the southbound 101 commute. >> changes in the carpool lanes and those hybrid cars that had a special stickers the solo drivers they have expired knocking return to one of our reporters from the bay bridge >> could morning now violators anyone that did use those yellow stickers you have been warned you 30 days ago they would expire yesterday you can no longer drive by yourself for the toll plaza on a car pulling if you drive through here make sure you have more than one person so far so good no one has done that so far. it is upon the officer whether they're going to enforce that are not. it's a form letter and $31 ticket don't deploy preparing there is another stickers available and that is a white sticker we have a list of the current colors that are available. those guerrillas of the cars it will be available to go through the carpool lane preparing their is no limit to how many they are going to give out cannot use the yellow stickers anymore. >> they say the chevy bolt is missing from the list >> it does not live up to the requirements for the white sticke
or the outside groups. >>> and the plot thickens in the uk phone hacking scandal. hours after a whittle blower in the -- whistle-blower ends up dead -- rupert murdoch in the hot seat. we'll bring you his testimony live when it happens. >>> first, the president's schedule today. kind of a quiet day. a press briefing. always on these quiet days you end up hearing from the president. so stay tuned. >>> you're watching "the daily rundown" on msnbc. >> ( rooster crows ) >> by 2020, 50 billion network devices will roam the earth. that's seven devices per person. this will change how we work in ways we've never before imagined. what do you need to secure your people, their devices, and your business? a network that can evolve and grow to protect your human network. as a manager, my team counts on me to stay focused. so i take one a day men's 50+ advantage. it's the only complete multivitamin with ginkgo to support memory and concentration. plus vitamin d to help maintain healthy blood pressure. [ bat cracks ] that's a hit. one a day men's. jennifer hudson is our little cousin. jennifer shined a new l
. that is whittled down by the way because one of the rules of nato is made by unanimity and to making decisions with 300 committees i don't know if anyone is the chairman can handle that kind of a crowd. to see where nato has expanded to going through 1999 where they make the decision in washington to go anywhere in the world to fight a and we go along and i want to short circuit this but i want to bring you to 9/11 in which has the first description of the first and account but here we are 9/11 hood treaty that set up had a number of articles and article five israel key instrument that basically says in an attack on any member of nato is considered an attack on all. it is the key article connecting to the defense of europe. it was flat on their backs. the only way to defend europe was with america. that is what this article did. after 9/11, the very next day nato got together and decided to invoke article five which had never been invoked before. to say we go to war with america our leader is an attack on all of us. but that story in itself is interesting. you should buy the book just for that
the president has let that process whittle on. we've seen proposals announced today and so the president wants to gelt back into the game. he's the president of the united states. i'm not defending his leadership style. but he does have a vote here. and no deal is going get done without his approveal. >> greta: peter, thank you. >> nice to see you. >> and no, thank you. >> greta: coming up... what does republican senator cobrn member of the gang of six think about the proposal? and ever heard a passage thank the lord for his smoking hot wife? there is a first time for everything. this is just the beginning. you h@@ >> greta: we spoke today with oklahoma senator coburn a republican member of the gang of six. senator, nice to see you, sir. >> good to see you. >> greta: we have three plans, gang of six, speaker boehner and now, senate majority leader harry reid. your thoughts on where we're going? >> well, we right now we have dualing bills from the majority leader in the senate and speaker of the house. i don't know where it's going. depends on what the votes are. >> greta: do you like the senat
editors chose 10 of their favorite apps the whittle that library down to a manageable top 100. >> they're allowed any freedom they want which to choose. you can see different personalities come out. >> reporter: kent german places an app called read it later at the top of his list. >> you can see all the arms you're browsing in a -- articles you're browsing in a phone. it places it in a queue. >> reporter: he also selected vacation planning apps like kayak. >> you can save it in one place and it can alert you when the flight is delayed and things like that. >> reporter: when you're on vacation, you need a good photo app for customizing the camera phone pictures. >> you can change the orientation and change it black and white. little photoshop. i use one called camera 360. >> reporter: there are dozens more to choose from that may be a perfect fit. lesli foster, 9news now. >>> you're watching 9news now at 6:00 a.m. i'm jessica doyle, mike, howard and angie are all offed the. >> i'm andrea roane. we'll have timesaver traffic in a moment, but anny hong is here with the weather first. yest
kids have today. >> is there a way to whittle it down to a single thing that has been the most damaging to make the educational system today worse than you when i were in it? >> it's the failure to innovate. what we have done is kept the same system of education since eventually i went to school back 54 years ago. the way school looked, the way school taught kids, the lengths of the school day and the length of the school year is basically the same, even though we know our young people are facing a much more challenging environment. so we have to allow schools to innovate, and instead we fight every innovation. >> wave your magic wand and tell me what you most want to see. is an 11-month school year, or longer school days, or more parental involvement, if i could have this -- >> i would like our teachers and the school leaders, like the professional they are. every other profession, you get trained and then you figure out what you need to do to be successful. we run schools like factories, where we have folks how many minutes you have for class time, and you say you can do these kinds o
become a huge structure that comes through today. that is being whittled down, by the way, because one of the rules and nato is unanimity. making decisions with 300 committees, i don't know if anyone but the chairman can handle that kind of crowd. so we come to this stage where nato has expanded. let me go through to 1999. nader makes the decision in washington that they will now go anywhere in the world to fight. that is the new purpose of nato. this so-called out of area purpose. and we go along. i want to short circuit this because i want to leave some time for questions. i want to bring you to september 11th. my book has probably the first description of what was taking place at nato headquarters. a first and accounts. here we are. the new treaty, the treaty that set up nato has a number of articles, a very short treat. article five is of very key instruments. it basically says, an attack on any member will be considered an attack on all. and it was a key article, if you will, that connected america to the defense of europe. europe at that time was flat. flat on their backs. they d
whittled down. by whittling down the deficits and having sound budget principles. this $2.7 trillion would be the largest debt ceiling increase in the history of america. the previous largest debt limit increase was $1.9 trillion which president obama signed into law in february of last year. this debt ceiling increase in senator reid's proposal is not paid for. it offers $1 trillion i cuts for a $2.7 trillion increase. many of those cuts are illusory. they are not cuts that can be counted. to say that we're going to label $1 trillion of cuts savings from leaving afghanistan and iraq is just not credible. we don't know what the obstacles are going to be in afghanistan and possibly iraq. we also don't know what we might have to do in the middle east going forward. afghanistan is not settled, mr. president, and we have to have a certain level of stability on the ground in afghanistan or we will have wasted the billions that we have already spent and the lives of our military personnel in afghanistan because it will go back to the way it was before, a center for terrorism that will comeo our
to work with the leaders of the senate so the president has let that process whittle on. we've seen proposals announced today and so the president wants to gelt back into the game. he's the president of the united states. i'm not defending his leadership style. but he does have a vote here. and no deal is going get done without his approveal. >> greta: peter, thank you. >> nice to see you. >> and no, thank you. >> greta: coming up... what does republican senator cobrn member of the gang of six think about the proposal? and ever heard a passage thank the lord for his smoking hot wife? there is a first time for everything. this is just the beginning. you have to hear this. the 3.6-liter v6 engine of the jeep grand cherokee has a best-in-class driving range of over 500 miles per tank. so you can catch morning tee time in pebble beach and the afternoon meeting in losngeles all without running out of gas. st make sure you don't run out of gas. ♪ the two trains and a bus rider. the "i'll sleep when it's done" academic. for 80 years, we've been inspired by you. and we've been honored to
. allal foster children and those she's raised. >> whittled down to the bank roller versus it's true believe are and which appeal to the undecided voter will work? bring in the "hardball" strategists and experts democrats steve mcmahon and republican todd. you have a skidszoid, people who believe and those that pretend what they say they have. working for some businesses like merchandising, make a lie detector to see if you are trustworthy or not. should you do that to your candidates? does mitt romney really believe this tea party stuff, that michele bachmann really believes in her dream? you're laughing. is mitt romney the tea party stuff? >> i'm not sure he's trying to present hoimgs as a tea party -- he presents himself as a conservative, certainly. this is a classic battle that -- >> every republican primary. the movement conservative person and the more establishment person, but regardless of how it shakes out, when people are actually voting, this setup, this context could not be better for mitt romney. >> because -- >> because right now michele bachmann's presence is complete
apps. to wed l that library -- whittle that library down to the top 100. >> the the nice thing about this, you see different personalities come out. >> reporter: the cnet editor placed an app called read it later at the top of his list of top favorites. >> it's an app that lets you save all the articles when you see on your phone, so when you go back and you want to look at everything you have saved, you can read it wherever you want. >> reporter: he selected a variety of vacation planning apps like trip advisor, flight tracker, and kayak. >> once you plan a trip, everything from flights, hotel car rentals, save it in one place, you can have it on your phone and it alert you, things like that. >> reporter: when you're on vacation, you need a good photo app for customizing your photo pictures. >> you can turn it black and white and actually use it a little like photoshops. so i use one called camera 360. >> if none of these click with you, there are dozens more to choose from that may be a perfect fit. >> all right, now we've got a link to the full list of android apps on our website
not whittle away the american dream. i think medicare part d should be allowed to negotiate drug prices. we should make sure we get the most for the medicare dollar. i think we shouldn't be looking at trying to disadvantage seniors and making them pay the cost of two wars, tax breaks for the wealthiest americans and a lot of wasteful spending, in my opinion that's taking place over the last 10 to 12 years. the seniors didn't do it. they gave us a great america, yet we are trying to make them pay for mistakes that happen. >> i don't know if that's fair. is that what's happening? >> i think it is. >> can anyone say today's seniors are going to be impacted greatly and tremendously by what the white house is putting forward? >> nobody is paying for the wars. the question for the congressman is we have this massive debt. i'm not sure i understood how you would close the gab. what would be your proposal to deal with the deficit? >> let's start with clinton tax rates. this is a time america was very prosperous. get us out of the wars at an accelerated rate. let medicare drop rates. get a public op
and a whittle blower turned up dead. stephanie gosk is covering the story. michael wolff is author of the man who knows the news inside the secret world of rupert murdoch. to the tangled web that may be the best way to describe this hacking scandal as the parties involved, murdoch's empire, government and the police all have ties one to another. it begins with rupert murdoch, the chief of news corporation, and his son james who handles european news. on friday, les hidden resigned, he ran murdoch's dow jones and published the "wall street journal." rebekah brooks ran the tabloid news of the word and went on to run news international. she quit and was arrested yesterday. brooks' deputy at news of the world was andy colson who ran the paper when much of the hacking was going on. he resigned and became top aide for prime minister who he resigned over the hacking scandal. from the prime minister's office over the hacking scandal. back to coulson, while at "news of the world," he employed a royal's reporters named clive goodman who hired glenn marcair, scotland yard arrested goodman, marcair, coul
. he's offered... he has had a tax increase proposal on just the wealthy. he whittled it down to just millionaires, that was rejected. today he actually came out with a second option which is a cigarette tax increase. now, the republicans say any tax increase at all is a non-starter. >> woodruff: are they coming closer together or farther apart? what's your read on it? >> it actually seems like there's been steps backwards since the shutdown started. last week they were in intense negotiations behind closed doors. they were saying very little to the media. this week they're saying a lot to the media and the word today is "backwards." the republicans are not happy. dayton says that he's been misrepresented. there just doesn't seem like there's a cordial attitude going on right now and it makes it even less clear when the shutdown would end. >> woodruff: and, rachel, where's the public of minnesota? where are the citizens of the state on this? have you seen public opinion polls? >> we haven't done a public opinion poll. but, you know, i think there are a mix of reactions. first of all,
reporter and a whittle blower turned up dead. stephan steph boanie gosk is covering t story. to the tangled web that may be the best way to describe this hacking scandal as the parties involved, murdoch's empire, government and the police all have ties one to another. it begins with rupert murdoch, the chief of news corporation, which includes the british any news international. his son james handles european operations for newscorp. on friday, les hidden resigned, he ran murdoch's dow jones and published the "wall street journal." rebekah brooks ran the tabloid news of the word and went on to she went on to run news international. she quit and was arrested yesterday. david cameron became prime minister. coolson later resigned from the prime minister's office over the hacking scandal. the prime minister is friends with rebecca brooks and james murdoch. a royals reporter named clive goodman hired a private investigator to hack the phones of aides to the royal family. scotland yard ran the investigation into the hacking and arrested goodman, coolson and brooks. paul stevenson, top man at scot
it to producer ridley scott and director kevin mcdonald. they in turn took the 4500 hours of video and whittled it down to a feature length movie called life in a day which opens next friday. we'll be previewing an excerpt from life in a day throughout the morning beginning right now with the beginning. ♪ (alarm ringing) (rooster crowing) >> osgood: in the spotlight just ahead, the circus of the sun. the stronger the rapids, the more we loved it. took some wild risks when i was young. but i was still taking a risk with my cholesterol. anyone with high cholesterol may be at increased risk of heart attack. diet and exercise weren't enough for me. i stopped kidding myself. i've been eating healthier, exercising more, and now i'm also taking lipitor. if you've been kidding yourself about high cholesterol, stop. along with diet, lipitor has been shown to lower bad cholesterol 39 to 60 percent. lipitor is fda approved to reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke in patients who have heart disease or risk factors for heart disease. [ female announcer ] lipitor is not for everyone, including people
as an early whittling of the field. >> romney and huntsman had one of my favorite moments of the weekend. they ran into each other in the new hampshire parade. there's the picture. "washington post" got this quote. romney said to huntsman, "welcome to new hampshire. it's not beijing, but it's lovely." and romney responded, "the air is breathable." mark, is that a friendly dig or something else there? >> i suspect it's a little bit of both and probably a lot more of other things that we're not even aware of. i think we need to be very careful about assuming that new hampshire is going to be friendly territory for either romney or huntsman. new hampshire is probably the most conservative state in the new england area. it's about to become a right-to-work state, very possibly. and i think we need to keep an eye on michele bachmann in new hampshire because she could be the surprise coming out of that primary. >> when you say surprise, though, coming in second? >> second, first. i think romney -- >> do you think, governor, she could win? >> well, sure. if romney and huntsman both stay strong
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, south carolina, they liked it. 1966. is it true you wrote 77 songs? >> yeah. >> whittled it down to 13? >> wrote 77 songs. i had a guy, frank worked in my office, tells me we don't have enough songs, we keep writing, but narrowed it down to 13 and that was a tough job. >> the last song you wrote number 77 made the cut, did it not? >> the very last song was my very first single, believe it or not. it was one of the days i thought it was a throw-away song, and we cut it, it was great and my first single. >> how is the golf game? >> it's been better. >> you got another comeback song, not that you needed a comeback because you've never been gone. ladies and gentlemen, darius rucker. ♪ ♪ i woke up again this morning and wouldn't you know it, pouring rain ♪ ♪ so i went and burned a pot of coffee ♪ ♪ and like that i poured it down the drain ♪ ♪ cause i didn't know i needed you so and letting you go was wrong ♪ ♪ this is my bad come back song ♪ ♪ i know i said i wouldn't miss you, but now i'm saying i'm a fool, you're on the feel good side of leaving, and i'm the backsi
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